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#Actualuglybdavis

Posted 27 June 2013 - 04:42 AM

That entirely depends on wether or not the rest of your code base is const correct. Being const correct is a good thing (we're required at work) but for demo / prototype / learning code I never worry about it.

Much more important than const correctness or C++ 11 goodies is for you to really think about what you are trying to make and plan accordingly. Really try to separate your logic and data, it will make maintainability actually feasible ;)

#1uglybdavis

Posted 27 June 2013 - 04:38 AM

That entirely depends on wether or not the rest of your code base is const correct. Being const correct is a good thing (we're required at work) but for demo / prototype / learning code I never worry about it.

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